Seems like Samsung has something to celebrate today – though their latest smartphone, the Galaxy S III hasn’t officially gone on sale yet, Reuters is reporting that the device has garnered 9 million pre-orders around the globe from more than 100 global carriers. This puts Samsung on the right track to beat the 10 million sales milestone that the previous Galaxy, the S II managed to rack up after a few months of being made available to the public. Reuters reports that the Korean based factory that’s churning out the Galaxy S III is running at full capacity and is on track to deliver 5 million units per month. How’s that for a warm reception? The Samsung Galaxy S III is going up for pre-order here in the Philippines on May 23.